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George Mark Children's House

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George Mark Children's House

Introduction

George Mark Children's House is a nonprofit focused on health support services. With $4.0m in revenue and 50 employees, it is a mid-sized organization. Founded in 1997, George Mark Children's House is headquartered in San Leandro, CA. In recent tax filings, the organization reported expenses of $4.8m.

Verified 501(c)3

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George Mark Children's House

$4.8m

Annual Budget
2017
Program Spend
72%
Fundraising Spend
13%
Management Spend
13%
Founded
1997
EIN
94-3255845
Headquarters
San Leandro, CA
# Employees
50
# Volunteers
175
IRS Filings
Other Ratings
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Mission and Work

Mission

As the first free-standing pediatric palliative care center in the United States, George Mark Childrens House offers comprehensive, compassionate, life-affirming care to children facing a life- limiting diagnosis. Services are available to medically (continued Page 2).

Program 1

$3.5m annual program spend • We make a difference in the lives of these children and young adults as well as in the lives of their families, at less cost than that of an acute care hospital facility.our mission is to provide the highest quality of care and to minimize suffering byaddressing the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial needs of the entirefamily. In doing so, we strive to achieve the best quality of life possible from themoment of admission onward, through strong collaboration between families, the child's physician(s), and our interdisciplinary team.

Program 2

We bridge the gap between hospital and home, offering safe, top-notch medical care yet in the comfort and warmth of a home-like setting for patients who do not need the resources of a full childrens hospital. We offer three services: transitional carefor children and young adults who have been in an acute care hospital setting and still need some medical care, but not of an acute nature, before they transition to being cared for at home; end of life care, where a patients family can visit and sometimes stay in a family suite and surround their child or young adult with needed love and support; and respite carefor children and young adults, usually with developmental disabilities who have been referred by State run Regional Medical Centers where we provide high quality medical care and appropriate activities while providing parents and families with a short break from their nonstop care at home.

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